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Job Posting Post-doctoral Scholars/Visiting Researchers/Visiting Fellows
ADBI offers opportunities for Post-doctoral Scholars (career starters), Visiting Researchers (established scholars), and Visiting Fellows (senior academics) to work at ADBI premises in Tokyo on topics of mutual interest to ADBI and applicants, preferably related to ongoing ADBI projects.
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Call for Papers Anti-Corruption, Integrity, Ethics and Corporate Governance Conference
DURATION : Two Weeks VENUE : Mbabane, Swaziland • Training Materials( Soft Copies) and notes Hand-outs • Tea Breaks/ refreshments • Course tuition • Personal action planning • Certification • Follow-up support (on request)
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Job Posting Research Volunteer, Vietnam
Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation working to stop corruption. TI works through National Chapters, National Contacts and other partners in more than 100 countries. Its international secretariat (TI-S) is based in Berlin, Germany. Towards Transparency (TT) was established in November 2008 as a Vietnamese non-profit and non-state consulting company. In March 2009, TT became the National Contact of Transparency International (TI) in Vietnam and since then has been supporting the TI-S in designing and executing TI Vietnam Programmes 2009-2012, 2013-2015 and the upcoming 2016-2018. TI/TT’s activities are aimed to contribute to effective implementation of anti-corruption policies and practice in the public sector, private sector and society towards reducing corruption in the country.
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Research Article Corruption and the private sector
A flurry of high-profile corruption scandals ranging from BAe Systems to Siemens, Halliburton to Samsung highlights the private sector plays a role at the supply side of corruption and faces a broad range of different corruption challenges. Translating this continuous stream of instances into a solid empirical account of the scale and scope of the corruption in the private sector is as difficult as it is essential for guiding policy reforms.
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Research Article Gender and Corruption
Gender and corruption is a surprisingly recent issue in anti-corruption scholarship. The first wave of research into the gendered dimensions of corruption focused on whether women are more or less corruptible than men, and whether the promotion of women in public life can be an effective anti-corruption strategy. A second line of enquiry examined the impact of corruption on women as a group, building on the growing evidence that corruption has a disproportionate impact on vulnerable groups in society. Both of these strands of research have already generated a wealth of policy-relevant insights that advance our understanding of the interplay between corruption and gender.
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Research Article D source code Tackling Corruption in Humanitarian Aid
The catastrophic earthquake that hit Haiti in January 2010 and left more than 200,000 people dead reminded us once more that humanitarian aid is one of the most important planks of global solidarity and development. With more than US$ 4.2 billion pledged for a severely devastated country(1) the scale and complexity of this humanitarian operation also brought into sharp relief the management and governance challenges that accompany such interventions.
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Research Article Corruption and the MDGs
In 2000 more than 180 countries committed to a set of highly visible development priorities to be achieved by 2015. Known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) these eight priorities cover a broad range of critical development issues ranging from poverty reduction, health and education to gender equality, access to clean water and environmental sustainability. By setting numerical targets for related indicators, the MDGs have evolved into a galvanising point for development research to identify the critical conditions and drivers that shape progress, or the lack thereof for specific development goals. This research agenda is more urgent and important than ever. With five years to go to the 2015 target date, progress reports indicate that achievements in many areas are not on-track and the world community is likely to fall short of its commitments.
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Research Article The ACRN Research Paper Competition 2010
In August 2010 the Anti-Corruption Research Network (ACRN) held its very first research paper competition for young scholars. We wanted to hear from young corruption researchers from various academic disciplines and regions about their thoughts, innovative approaches, and fresh insights on how the problem of corruption can be best understood and tackled. We received several high quality research papers spanning a wide variety of topics, from corruption issues in procurement or the health sector, to the role of corruption in post-conflict reconstruction, international anti-corruption conventions, and deforestation.
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Research Article Corruption and Climate Governance
This Featured Research article takes an in-depth look at interesting avenues of research in the emerging area of corruption and climate governance.
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Research Article ACRN Blog: Human Trafficking and Corruption
The role and implications of corruption in the conduct of human trafficking is slowly getting to the attention of scholars, practitioners and policy makers. While conferences and papers are beginning to shed light on the inter-linkages between the two issues, an immense gap in knowledge (as well as between knowledge and practice) still needs to be filled .
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